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Shootings cause Obama, Romney take a pause from politics

President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney both changed their schedules on Friday to address the tragic shooting in Aurora, Colorado – cutting short planned campaigning and pulling ads in the state off the air. The Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza, NBC’s Chuck Todd and NBC’s Peter Alexander discuss.